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Brewers smash five past Shrimpers

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Greg Pearson scored twice as Burton Albion enjoyed a 5-2 home win over Morecambe.

The Shrimpers finished the contest with 10 men after having substitute Mark Duffy sent off for violent conduct in the closing stages.

Darran Kempson's second-half goal proved enough for Accrington Stanley to beat Lincoln City, who had six players cautioned at the Crown Ground.

Barnet and Shrewsbury shared four goals at Underhill.

Jake Hyde scored twice in the first half after Nathan Elder had given the visitors an early lead and Shrews keeper Chris Neal saved Paul Furlong's penalty, before Dave Hibbert (57) grabbed a point.

Veteran former Hull striker Dean Windass saw a stoppage-time penalty saved as Darlington went down 1-0 at Bury.

Rochdale overcame the early dismissal of defender Nathan Stanton to go on and beat Aldershot with a dramatic 90th-minute spot-kick from Thomas Kennedy.

Chesterfield beat Northampton 1-0 thanks to a Donal McDermott goal on 32 minutes, Hereford and Cheltenham drew 1-1 while the match between Bradford and Port Vale was goalless.

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